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Crack Deviled Eggs, or Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs, take hard boiled eggs to a whole new level! The combination of ranch dressing, bacon and seasoned salt will make this side dish or appetizer one that you will want to enjoy all year long!

A plate of bacon ranch or crack deviled eggs.

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Deviled eggs are one of my favorite appetizers. I always get a little excited when they make an appearance at a party or a barbecue. They are also an Easter tradition at my house.

 

With three little boys, we hard boil A LOT of eggs. There’s no better way to get your protein than from turning delicious hard boiled eggs into Crack Deviled Eggs.

 

A plate of deviled eggs topped with bacon.

 

I love crack potatoes, hash browns mixed with cream cheese, ranch seasoning and bacon….mmmmm.

 

Then along came crack chicken. Pretty much the same thing, just chicken instead of potatoes.

 

A had holding a deviled egg topped with bacon over a plate of crack deviled eggs.

 

It seems like the combination of ranch and bacon was meant to be. After you taste these Crack Deviled Eggs, you’ll be thinking that ranch, bacon and hard boiled eggs were meant to be. These eggs are epic!

 

Deviled eggs with ranch and bacon

 

How to Get Perfect Hard Boiled Eggs

 

Before you can make these Bacon Ranch Deviled Eggs, you are going to need to start out with some hard boiled eggs.

 

There are many ways to get perfect hard boiled eggs, but my favorite by far, is to use my Instant Pot.

 

A plate of deviled eggs topped with bacon pieces.

 

How to Hard Boil Eggs in an Instant Pot

 

  • Place the eggs on a rack or in a steamer basket in your Instant Pot.

 

Eggs on a rack inside an Instant Pot.

 

  • Add 1 cup or water.

 

Water in a measuring cup held over an Instant Pot.

 

  •  Put on the lid and close the vent.

 

The vent closed on the lid of an Instant Pot.

 

  • Pressure cook for 7 minutes.

 

An Instant Pot set to 7 minutes.

 

  • Release the pressure then transfer the eggs to a water/ice bath for 5 minutes.

 

Water in a measuring cup being poured over a bowl of eggs.

 

  • Then you are ready to peel and prepare the deviled eggs.

 

A hand holding up a peeled, hard boiled egg.

 

How to Hard Boil Eggs on the Stove

 

There are many methods out there to hard boil eggs on a stove top. This is the best way that I have found below.

 

  • Place the eggs in a large pan and cover with water, so that it is at least one or two inches above the eggs.

 

  • Turn the heat on high until the water begins to fully boil.

 

  • Put a lid on the pan and turn off the heat.

 

  • Allow the pan to sit on the warm burner for 10-12 minutes.

 

  • Drain the water and add the eggs to a water/ice bath for 5 minutes to stop the cooking process.

 

A plate of deviled eggs.

 

Crack Deviled Eggs Ingredients

 

  • Hard-Boiled Eggs, peeled
  • Ranch Dressing
  • Bacon Pieces
  • Seasoned Salt
  • Paprika for garnish

 

Hard boiled eggs cut in half.

 

Helpful Kitchen Items

 

 

A Star Wars themed Instant Pot.

 

How to Make Crack Deviled Eggs

 

  • Start out by hard boiling the eggs. I usually use the Instant Pot method I mentioned above, but you can easily boil them on the stove.

 

A bowl of peeled, hard boiled eggs.

 

  • When the eggs are cooled, peel them and slice them in half.

 

Hard boiled egg whites cut in half with the yolks removed.

 

  • Remove all of the yolks and place them in a mixing bowl. Use a fork to smash the yolks.

 

A fork smashing hard boiled egg yolks.

 

  • Add the ranch dressing and seasoned salt to the yolks and mix. Feel free to add more ranch dressing until you achieve your desired consistency.

 

Ranch dressing and seasoned salt mixed with hard boiled egg yolks.

 

  • Place a ziplock bag into a large glass and fill the bag with the egg yolk mixture.

 

A ziplock bag filled with deviled egg yolk filling.

 

  • Snip off one end of the bag and squeeze the filling into the eggs.

 

Deviled Egg filling being piped into egg white halves.

 

  • Sprinkle paprika over the deviled eggs.

 

A jar of paprika held over bacon ranch deviled eggs.

 

  • Top the deviled eggs with bacon pieces. I used the pre-packaged bacon pieces that are found by the salad dressings at the grocery store.

 

Bacon pieces in a bowl held over crack deviled eggs.

 

  • Enjoy your eggs!

 

A bite of crack deviled eggs

 

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Crack Deviled Eggs

Crack Deviled Eggs

Yield: 12
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes

Crack Deviled Eggs take hard boiled eggs to a whole new level. The combination of ranch dressing, hard boiled egg yolks, bacon and seasoned salt will make this side dish or appetizer one that you will want to enjoy all year long!

Ingredients

  • 6 Hard Boiled Eggs, peeled
  • 2-4 Tablespoons Ranch Dressing
  • 2 Tablespoons Bacon Pieces
  • 1/8-1/4 Teaspoon Seasoned Salt
  • Paprika, for garnish

Instructions

  1. Cut the peeled hard boiled eggs in half and remove the yolks.
  2. Place the yolks in a mixing bowl and smash with a fork.
  3. Mix in the ranch dressing and seasoned salt.
  4. Transfer the egg mixture to a zip-top bag and snip off one corner.
  5. Pipe the filling into each egg white half.
  6. Top the deviled eggs with bacon pieces.
  7. Sprinkle with paprika and the remaining bacon pieces. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 12 Serving Size: 1 Deviled Egg Half
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 54Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 2gCholesterol: 95mgSodium: 115mgCarbohydrates: 1gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 3g

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13 Comments on Crack Deviled Eggs

  1. Looks so good! Would a packet of ranch seasoning mixed with Greek yogurt be an OK substitute for pre made ranch dressing? Thanks 🙂

  2. has anyone had a chance to actually try this recipe? I don’t eat eggs. but my household does. i would love to try this rather than the norm.

    • We tried them. They are okay I suppose. But I would never make them again. Everyone agreed they are no where near as good as regular deviled eggs. I wouldn’t recommend.

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